FIRE crews were called to an incident at a venue in Bury town centre.

Three fire engines from Blackley, Broughton and Heywood turned out to a commercial premises in Silver Street.

Fire crews cordoned off a section of the road while they responded to the incident at about 10.5am on Monday.

They used a hose reel, a positive pressure ventilation fan and two breathing apparatus to assist with clearing smoke from the premises.

A spokeswoman for Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue said: "Three fire engines were mobilised to a commercial premises in Silver Street, Bury.

"However the building was not on fire."

Fire crews remained at the scene for about 45 minutes.