Spalding police and firefighters have helped a man down from South Holland Centre
Emergency services have helped a man down from scaffolding at the South Holland Centre.
Spalding Police officers and firefighters were called to the Market Place theatre at 12.53pm after receiving reports about concerns for a man's safety.
A cordon was placed around the South Holland Centre while the incident was taking place.
Thankfully, the man was safely brought down and is engaging with officers.
East Midlands Ambulance Service was also called to the scene at 1.04pm to assist police. A paramedic in an ambulance car attended.
South Holland District Council, which owns the theatre, says it is undertaking a review into the incident.
A spokesman said: "“Following an incident at the South Holland Centre earlier this afternoon, we are extremely pleased that there has been a safe conclusion to the situation, and that we hope that the individual involved is given the help and support they need.
“We would like to thank the emergency services, council officers who were at the scene and members of the public who responded quickly to the situation. We are currently undertaking a review to understand all the facts regarding this matter.”