The owners of historic pub which was badly damaged in a fire last week have shown they're determined to "keep calm and carry on".
Almost all of the thatched roof of The Farmers Arms in Combe Florey near Taunton was destroyed in the blaze - as was the first floor.
Sixteen fire crews were called to bring it under control.
But the owners say they are determined to start serving drinks from under the tarpaulin within the month.
Posting on their website, the pub's owners said that they will be closed for the time being "with huge regret and sadness".
But they are determined to be back serving the village as soon as possible.
We are in the process of rebuilding and we will keep you posted on developments. We will return. Thank you for your loyal support. The team look forward to welcoming you back as soon as we can.