By Monique Hollinshead - 23rd May 2019 6:08am
If you would like to see a steampunk version of Alice in Wonderlamd's Blue Caterpillar made using men's neckties then upstairs at Audlem Mill Shop would be the place to go.
From now until Transport Festival the third Costume exhibition by Monique Hollinshead is up and running.
Leave a guesstimate as to how many ties were harmed in the making of the costume and you could win a prize (which may also involve ties).
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