It will bring to an end a Gloucester career that has seen him make more than 270 competitive appearances for the club - a superb record.
He got his final run out at Kingsholm in the 28-23 win over Saracens recently, and soaked up the atmosphere after the game as he applauded the crowd in the company of his children.
He admits that it was a day to remember:
"The reception from the crowd was great when I came on.
"Against Saracens, a full Kingsholm, making great noise getting behind the boys, it's a special place and it was great to finish my time at Kingsholm with the crowd in full song.
"Maybe the only thing that would have topped it would have been for me to score the bonus-point try!
"It was great to be part of a good win against a top team, it sets things up nicely for the boys for next season I think."
As his time at the club comes to a close, he says that there will be plentyof things that he'll miss but that it won't really sink home for a while.
"I've always said it's the people, coaches and supporters that have made the place what it is.
"It's been a great place to work over the last 11 years, there's never been a day when I didn't want to come in, even in the bad times.
"The banter's been fantastic, I normally get the brunt of it to be fair, but I can cope. Those little things are probably the bits I'll miss the most.
"Just sitting around chatting to the boys with all the banter flying around after training.
"More than anything it's a group of boys who have been together for nine, ten years. And then you have some of the younger lads coming in and making impressions.
"Sharing a bench changing space with Sinbad is always interesting, the constant fussing and moaning. And constant banter with Hazey, it's been great fun.
"I think it will take a while to sink it. I'll sit down over the summer at some point and have a real think about it."