The Shots have signed former Norwich City and Charlton Athletic winger Rhys Browne following a successful trial period. The 19-year-old made his international debut for Antigua & Barbuda in June and can also operate up front.
"Rhys fulfils everything that we’re looking for in a wide player, he’s quick, he’s got a trick, he’s enthusiastic and has had a good upbringing in football," said manager Barry Smith.
Alty have made their fifth signing of the close season in the shape of striker George Bowerman. The 24-year-old started out as a trainee at Walsall where he scored nine times in 50 league appearances before a two-month spell at Woking.
He joined Accrington Stanley in October 2013 and netted three goals in 17 appearances before being released last month.
Wood have signed ex-Southend United and Barnet striker Harry Crawford on a contract until the end of August.
The 23-year-old left Dartford at the end of last season after scoring seven goals in 40 appearances as the club suffered relegation.
"Harry came in during pre-season, been a pleasure to have around, gets on well with the squad and has worked very, very hard," said boss Ian Allinson.
Gary Johnson has brought in goalkeeper Rhys Lovett and experienced defender Danny Parslow.
Lovett has been on the books of Walsall, Aston Villa, Coventry City and Rochdale, but the teenager looks to be going out on loan with Dillon Phillips set to start as number one and Calum Kitscha as understudy.
Centre-back Parslow impressed on trial after leaving York City at the end of last season and had a successful loan spell with Grimsby Town last term.
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The Shaymen have signed striker Shaun Tuton on a permanent basis following his pre-season trial. The 22-year-old joins from Evo-Stik League Premier Division side Buxton.
Tuton arrived at the Silverlands in the summer of 2014 from Matlock Town where he had enjoyed two spells. He has also spent time at Belper Town.
Youngsters Shaun MacDonald and Joe Hailes have signed first-team terms with the Heed.
Goalkeeper MacDonald and winger Hailes, both 18, have made a handful of substitute appearances during the pre-season campaign.
The Lions have announced the one-month loan signing of Huddersfield Town forward Jake Charles, grandson of the great John Charles.
The 19-year-old, who can feature out wide or up front, made his first-team debut for the Championship side in March.
"Jake is a really exciting prospect who I'm delighted to welcome on board," said manager Mark Bower, who has re-signed defender Jordan Hendrie.
Harriers have signed winger Adam Dawson and goalkeeper Dean Snedker following successful trials.
Dawson, 23, impressed on loan for Nuneaton Town and Bristol Rovers last term having spent the past couple of seasons on the books of Leicester City.
Ex-Northampton Town shot-stopper Snedker, 20, has spent the entire summer at Aggborough after departing Brackley Town at the back end of last season.
Macc have confirmed the signing of former West Ham United midfielder Danny Whitehead.
The 21-year-old, who has impressed during a trial, began his career with Stockport County before a move to the Premier League with West Ham.
After one appearance for the Hammers, Whitehead left the club and made the switch to Accrington Stanley on a short-term deal. He made two appearances in League Two before leaving the club in the summer.
A trio of new faces have joined the Sandgrounders including ex-Chester FC goalkeeper Jon Viscosi.
Canadian-born Viscosi, 24, spent last season with the Blues and will compete with Andy Coughlin for the number one slot. He was offered a deal after impressing during pre-season.
Viscosi said: "It feels great to sign for Southport. They have a good set-up, a solid fan base, and I really see myself developing here and being an important part of the team."
Paul Carden has also added defenders Will Beesley and Josh Thompson to his squad. Ex-Blackburn Rovers left-back Beesley has re-signed for the club after impressing last term while 24-year-old Thompson's former clubs include Stockport County, Celtic and Tranmere Rovers among others.
Ex-Chester City goalkeeper Iain Turner has moved to Prenton Park on a one-year contract.
The 31-year-old helped the Blues win promotion to the Football League during a loan spell from Everton. He has since spent time at Crystal Palace, Nottingham Forest, Preston North End, Barnsley and Sheffield United.
Rovers have also signed striker Jonathan Margetts after the 21-year-old made a goalscoring impact during a trial period. He started his career with Hull City and had loan spells with Gainsborough Trinity, Harrogate Town and Cambridge United.
The Cards have confirmed that Brian Saah has signed following a successful loan period last season, in which he made eight appearances.
The centre-back has made over 200 appearances in the Football League for Leyton Orient, Torquay United and Dagenham & Redbridge, where he spent the past two years.
Gary Mills has made two loan signings with Rochdale midfielder Joel Logan and Stoke City defender Mason Watkins-Clark moving to the Racecourse.
Logan, 20, had a similar spell at Southport last season while defender Watkins-Clark, 20, captains the Potters under-21s side. Both have joined on an initial month's loan.