An environmental campaigner who staged a tree-top protest against plans for a Tesco supermarket in Shepton Mallet has been evicted by bailiffs.
Mr Carter said the protest would continue despite his being evicted
Oliver Carter and a group of supporters were moved at about 0500GMT on Monday following a High Court order last week.
They were opposing plans to fell scores of trees, but Tesco said it would replant more than were being removed.
Mr Carter, 24, described the eviction as peaceful, but said their protest would continue.
He began his tree-top protest on 16 February and at one time, up to 30 campaigners had joined him at the Station Road site, some from as far away as Southend-on-Sea.
After the High Court hearing last week, Mr Carter said he was "disappointed" with the legal system and was planning to launch an appeal.