The Silkmen have agreed new deals with keeper Ritchie Branagan, centre back George Pilkington, full-back David Fitzpatrick, midfielder Paul Lewis, winger Danny Rowe and forward Chris Holroyd.
Macc boss John Askey has excercised options on the contracts of John McCombe, Jack Sampson and Chris Sutherland too.
Last season's top scorer Kristian Dennis has signed for League One side Chesterfield after his loan from Stockport County expired.
Stones boss Jay Saunders has started assembling his squad for the club’s first season in the National League.
Callum Davies, Alex Flisher, Vas Karagiannis, Jay May, Tom Mills, Jack Paxman, Dan Sweeney and Lee Worgan are under contract while James Rogers and Jamie Coyle are close to signing.
Saunders said: “It’s been a busy few days but things are taking shape. I’ve been talking to the boys who were here last season, particularly those who were out of contract. The nucleus of the squad’s in place and we will be looking to strengthen certain positions and make sure we’ve got cover throughout the side."
North Ferriby United
The man who lead the Villagers to the National League - Billy Heath - has left the club to take over as FC Halifax Town boss.
Heath has opted to join the Shaymen, who were relegated to the National League North on the final day of the season, as a replacement for ex-Chester City manager Jim Harvey
A statement from North Ferriby said: "After another fantastic season for North Ferriby United culminating in promotion to the National League, the club has to announce that after five extremely successful years our manager Billy Heath and assistant Mark Carroll have decided to take up an offer with FC Halifax Town.
"The club has experienced a fantastic few years with Billy and Bobby at the helm and the club would like to thank them for their tremendous work ethic and remarkable achievements during this period with North Ferriby United."
Worcester City goalkeeper Nathan Vaughan has become Marcus Bignot's first capture ahead of the club's debut season in the top tier of non-league football.
Heading through the exit door however are right-back Michael Nottingham, who has moved to Salford City, and veteran striker Darren Byfield, who has taken over as Redditch United manager.
Meanwhile, Bignot has apppointed ex-Kidderminster Harriers boss Gary Whild as his new assistant.
Sandgrounders boss Andy Bishop has raided former club Wrexham for three new faces with forward James Gray, midfielder Jonathon Royle and defender Ross White arriving from the Racecourse.
Bishop has also agreed new deals with two of last season's star performers, centre back Josh Thompson and winger Louis Almond having earlier re-signed Gary Jones, Liam Nolan and Jamie Allen.
Paul Rutherford and Alex Whittle have left the club however, moving to Wrexham and York City respectively.
Paul Doswell has made his first addition to his squad in readiness for the National League, signing 27-year-old winger Bradley Hudson-Odoi from Wealdstone.
Hudson-Odoi was previously with Hereford, Grays and Metropolitan Police, and represented Ghana at under-20 level.
Doswell said: "He totally fits the type of player I've been looking to sign - young, hungry to succeed and with pace to burn.
"I watched him many times last season and he was Wealdstone's main attacking threat with some outstanding wing play. He has already played in the Football League for Hereford, and is ambitious to play in the National League and improve his game."
Gulls captain Luke Young has agreed terms on a new contract to remain with the club for 2016-17.
The 23-year-old midfielder missed a large part of last season with an anterior cruciate ligament injury but returned to play a key role in the successful survival bid.
He follows Ben Gerring, Sam Chaney, and Will Hancox in committing to the Gulls but boss Kevin Nicholson has released Danny Racchi, Amos Kabeya, Iffy Allen, Exodus Geohaghon, Liam Prynn and Oneil Odofin.
The Prenton Park club have signed striker Andy Cook from Barrow AFC on a two-year contract. The 25-year-old scored 24 goals last season in the National League for the Bluebirds and received interest from Football League clubs.
Rovers boss Gary Brabin said: "He is a hard-working player who has consistently been scoring 20+ goals per season, which made him one of my top priority targets.
"We know that we need to improve our performance in front of goal, and I am sure that Andy will play a big role in helping us to achieve that."
Meanwhile, keepers Scott Davies and Iain Turner have agreed new deals while defender Liam Hogan has been allowed to leave for Gateshead.
The Cards have announced centre back Ismail Yakubu has signed for the forthcoming season.
Yakubu played a key role in Woking's excellent start to the 2015-16 season before he ruptured his anterior cruciate, resulting in the defender missing the remainder of the campaign.
Meanwhile, star midfielder John Goddard has signed for League One side Swindon Town for an undisclosed fee.
Following the departure of rapid striker Kayden Jackson to Barnsley and the loss of defender Jamal Fyfield to Gateshead, Gary Mills has brought in five new recruits.
He has signed striker Jordan White from Livington, ex-Chester City midfielder Paul Rutherford from Southport, forwards Callum Powell and Khaellem Bailey-Nicholls from Rugby Town and Birmingham City respectively, and ex-FC Halifax Town defender Hamza Bencherif, while Robbie Evans also penned his new deal.
Evans was one of only seven players offered a new deal by Mills in the summer as the manager looked to overhaul a squad that finished in eighth place and missed out on the play-offs.
And the manager was happy to see the 20-year-old in to sign his deal: “I thought Robbie had an excellent season, and I think he will kick on again."
The Minstermen bolstered their ranks with two new summer signings, Shaun Rooney and Alex Whittle, while they added a third 24 hours later in defender Ben Barber, who spent time at Chester last season.
Rooney, who signed a two-year deal at Bootham Crescent, started his career at Dundee United and enjoyed spells at Queen’s Park and Dunfermline Athletic.
Whittle put pen-to-paper on a one-year deal with the option of a second year, and follows Jack Higgins, Richard Brodie, Nick Kennedy and Tyler Walton is signing deals.
George Swan, Femi Ilesanmi, Taron Hare, Josh Carson, Kenny McEvoy, Michael Coulson, Emile Sinclair and Ben Hirst will be leaving the club while Jake Hyde has been placed on the transfer list along with fellow forward Vadaine Oliver.