WE'VE rounded up some of this week's most read stories, just in case you may have missed them.

1. Vet issues advice for dog owners amid 'high number' of sickness cases

Bracknell News:

Many worried owners from Bracknell and Reading have taken to local Facebook groups to express concerns about their pet dogs becoming violently ill.

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2. The Greatest Dancer contestant opens up about his time on the show

Bracknell News:

The Greatest Dancer contestant, Ryan Gibson, opens up about his time on the BBC show.

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3. Heir hunters urgent plea to find family owed 'tens of thousands of pounds'

Bracknell News:

Heir hunters are trying to track down a family who are set to inherit 'tens of thousands of pounds'.

Beneficiary tracers at Green and Parish have left no stone unturned in their search to find the family of a woman with unclaimed assets, so they contacted the Bracknell News to widen their appeal.

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4. Cafe introduces 'cannabis coffee' to the menu

Bracknell News:

A cafe is joining in with the latest trend in serving up coffee with a shot of cannabis oil in Wokingham.

Sit & Sip Tasting Room in the town centre will reportedly be the first in the borough to sell coffee made with Cannabidiol (CBD) - a compound non-psychoactive substance found in the plant.

5. Work on multi-million-pound care home set to start next month

Bracknell News:

Work on a new care home for dementia sufferers could start next month after planning bosses said yes to a 66-bed facility proposal.

Heathlands care home, based in Wildridings, has been closed since February 2016 but since 2017 health chiefs have been working on multi-million-pound redevelopment plans.

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