Alty have confirmed the release of midfielder Greg Wilkinson, whose winning strike in the 2014 Conference North play-off final secured the club promotion.
Wilkinson made just one start in 2014-15 and spent part of the season on loan at Stockport County.
Nine members of the promotion-winning squad have followed Wood manager Ian Allinson in signing new contracts at Meadow Park.
James Russell, Ben Nunn, Callum Reynolds, Josh Hill, Ricky Shakes, Graeme Montgomery, Sam Cox, Scott Thomas and Matty Whichelow are all on board for the club's first crack at non-league's top tier.
Iron boss Danny Cowley has tied down midfielder and skipper Kenny Davis and forwards Jordan Cox and Sean Marks for the 2015-16 season.
Braintree have also signed 23-year-old striker Michael Cheek from Conference South club Chelmsford City, where he scored 32 times in 66 games.
Cowley said of Cheek: "Michael is a really good fit for the club. He is a local lad, who has progressed from the lower levels of non-league football. He has declined bigger financial offers at the level below to challenge himself in the Conference National."
Lee Minshull and Max Porter have joined the Ravens after the midfield duo left League Two club Newport County. Both were part of the Exiles squad that finished gained promotion to the Football League through the promotion play-offs in 2013.
"We are pleased to be able to add both National League and League Two experience to our squad with these two significant signings," said manager Mark Goldberg.
Three more players have committed to the Spitfires for the upcoming season with influential attacking midfielder Jai Reason signing a two-year deal.
Defender Will Evans, who has made 78 appearances for the club, has agreed a one-year extension, as has back-up keeper Lewis Noice.
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Neil Aspin has made England C striker Danny Maguire, who scored 31 times for Blyth Spartans last season, his first signing of the summer.
Left-back Scott McManus and ex-Chester City defender or midfielder Kevin Roberts have agreed terms for 2015-16.
But captain Marc Roberts has left the Shay to join League One club Barnsley on a three-year deal while attacking midfielder Paul Marshall has joined Bradford Park Avenue.
Mariners captain Craig Disley says it was an 'easy decision' to sign a new 12-month deal with the club. The midfielder is the first of 12 players to have been offered new deals to put pen to paper.
"Once I got the chance to stay again this year, it was just a matter of getting things sorted and signed as soon as possible," said Disley.
However, ex-AFC Wimbledon and Newport County forward Christian Jolley has left the club following talks with manager Paul Hurst.
Lions boss Mark Bower has agreed new deals with Danny Lowe, Ryan Toulson, Danny Hall and Adam Boyes, who join Oli Johnson, Jake Lawlor and Liam Dickinson as players under contract for 2015-16.
Steven Drench, Danny Ellis, Ben Parker and Gavin Rothery are among those offered new contracts but Andy Holdsworth, Alex Johnson and Kyle Harrison have left Nethermoor.
Kiddy have secured the services of striker Gurjit Singh and the versatile Jordon Jones for the 2015-16 campaign.
Singh trained with Harriers last season when playing for Tipton Town in the Midland League while former Aggborough youngster Jones, who can play as a full-back or in midfield, returns from Redditch United.
Lincoln have completed the signing of experienced forward Liam Hearn on a one-year contract. Injuries have plagued the 29-year-old in recent seasons but he showed enough for Mansfield Town to offer him a deal, which he turned down.
Imps boss Chris Moyses said: "Liam is a quality player and he's a quality signing. Yes, he's had a few injury problems in recent times but these are behind him now. All he wants to do is to look forward and be part of what we're trying to do here at Lincoln City."
Promising goalkeeper Daniel Lavercombe has signed a two-year professional contract with the Gulls after completing his scholarship.
The 19-year-old made five first-team appearances last season and has been training with Premier League giants Liverpool.
Ex-Chester City midfielder Jay Harris says the chance to work with Gary Brabin was a big factor in his decision to leave Wrexham for Prenton Park.
"I've always wanted to play under Gary, he has tried to sign me for a few clubs and now I've got the chance to work with him," said Harris, who has signed a 12-month deal.
Rovers have also completed the signing of defender Ritchie Sutton from Mansfield Town on a two-year contract.
Wings boss Loui Fazakerley has re-signed Zach Fagan and Tashan Adeyinka, and brought in Sahr Kabba.
Rapid striker Kabba arrives from Gloucester City while defender or midfielder Fagan and forward Adeyinka have penned 12-month extensions after some impressive performances last term.
German-born keeper Nick Hamann and combative midfielder Godfrey Poku have joined the Cards from Braintree Town and AFC Telford United respectively.
Both players have signed 12-month deals at the Kingfield Stadium.
Dragons manager Gary Mills has completed the signings of full-back Javan Vidal from Tamworth, Macclesfield Town winger Adriano Moke and Welling United forward Dominic Vose, and expects to add ex-Crawley Town midfielder Lee Fowler too.
Experienced forward Andy Bishop and midfielder Joe Clarke have been released, while Jay Harris turned down a new deal in favour of a move to Tranmere Rovers.