So, here we go, ten things I'll miss, in no particular order.
1) The Postmedieval Reading Group - Ben and I came up with the idea for the group, quite unsurprisingly, whilst in the pub, and of all our drunken ideas, this is my favourite. (With the possible exception of our gun-running 'get-rich-quick' scheme). The group met every other week for two terms, with particular highlights being the Chaucer's Cook/Chaucer's Punk group, which spawned the 'Chaucer's Loaded Pies' post I wrote back in February, and also the last meeting of the group, on Chevalier Assigne and Animality. The groups have been indispensable to me, on a purely selfish level, as they've produced so many good discussions which have inspired many of my papers (Collusion alert!)
2) Coffee in the Refectory - The King's Manor refectory: home of cheap, albeit rubbish, coffee; greasy pasties and, of course, of late: beer. This, of course, is the place where we all met on a regular basis, chatted about rubbish, bitched about deadlines and having to write essays, and generally hung out. My favourite moment was, of course, when the lady who runs the refectory told us we were 'being too loud and disturbing the other patrons' when the place was totally empty, because we had the giggles over something or other.