VIDEO: Flying the perfect paper aeroplane on Bute

You probably remember making paper aeroplanes when you were younger. Most of them stayed in the air for no more than a few seconds. But do you know how to make, and fly, a paper aeroplane which stays airborne for as long as you want it to?

Well, Jack Taylor does. And Jack came to Bute on Friday afternoon to demonstrate how to make and fly a bewildering variety of paper plane designs on the the last in a series of school holiday ‘Paper Playdays’ run by local charity Achievement Bute.

Jack Taylor shows a group of local children how to make a paper aeroplane at the last of Achievement Bute's 'Paper Playdays', on Friday, October 17, 2014.

Jack Taylor shows a group of local children how to make a paper aeroplane at the last of Achievement Bute's 'Paper Playdays', on Friday, October 17, 2014.

Before sitting down and guiding children at the event, Jack showed us how to keep an incredibly simple paper plane in the air for - well, for as long as you want to. Watch this mesmerising video to find out more...