The Somerset Levels are getting back to normal two weeks after they were swamped by the floods.
Pubs and shops are reopening to take advantage of Christmas trade.
Only a small section of the A361 near Burrowbridge is still under water.
As the region recovers from some of the worst flooding in recent memory, householders are now dealing with the cost of the clean up.
And while some experts are warning that insurance premiums may rise, the residents of one community in Mid Devon are blaming poor drainage and overdevelopment for making the floods worse. Watch Seth Conway's report here.
The big clean up has started in Devon, but the county is still struggling to get back to normal after widespread flooding.
A number of drop-in sessions for people affected are taking place this week.
The Environment Agency, Council representatives and South West Water will attend the first meeting at Feniton Village Hall this afternoon.
Residents will be able to discuss some of the problems. Further sessions will be held in Cullompton and Kennford later this week.