Grace’s dog dirt campaign to appear on BBC One

Leopard Films director Sam Knowles filming Grace Munton-Hague, seven, from Market Deeping, for the BBC programme Street Patrol UK. 'Photo: MSMP040413-006ow
Leopard Films director Sam Knowles filming Grace Munton-Hague, seven, from Market Deeping, for the BBC programme Street Patrol UK. 'Photo: MSMP040413-006ow

A young girl’s campaign to get people to clear up after their dogs will appear on television this week.

Grace Munton-Hague, seven, from Market Deeping, will appear on an episode of Street Patrol UK at 11am on BBC One tomorrow (Wednesday).

In the new series presenter Dominic Littlewood looks at antisocial behaviour and how it is dealt with in different areas. Producers came to film Grace after she put up posters in an alleyway near her home asking people to clear up after their dogs.

Her campaign was picked up by the town and district councils and signs were put up warning dog owners to clear up after their pets.

Our reporter Alex Moore was also interviewed for the programme, which will be repeated on BBC Two at 7.05am on Thursday.