I believe the plan is to fly EICM - Duxford on Monday, subject W/X of course. The Vimy replica did a series of flypasts at Clifden with excellent photo opportunities and circled the actual landing site at Derrygimbla in salute to Alcock & Brown.
It will definitely be grounded in the autumn and moved to Brooklands where it will be put on a care and maintenance programme. She will be brought out for engine runs and taxiiing at special events. Although it is a replica it has become something of a treasure having replicated the 3 long distance flights flown by Vimy's during 1919, London-Australia, London-The Cape and of course the trans Atlantic flight in 2005.
I suppose that if maintained to the required standards it might be possible to fly it again for the Centenary of the Alcock and Brown flight in 2019, but this is obviously subject to FAA/CAA/IAA approval and could be a problem especially with the ever increasing red tape involved with the operation of historic aircraft.
A big thank you is due to the Vimy Team and Brooklands Museum for making it possible for a Vimy to be seen over Clifden again, as far as I know Connemara is one of the only Air Shows to host the Vimy before it's retirement.