The Shots have signed former Eastleigh defender Will Evans on a one-year contract.
The 24 year-old, released from the Spitfires after making over 100 appearances in three seasons, is primarily a centre-back but can also play at right-back or in midfield.
"He’s played a lot of games at a club that’s been competing at the right end of the table, and this is a good signing for us," explained manager Gary Waddock.
"I know the Eastleigh fans were sorry when Will left, and that’s encouraging for us to be able to attract that sort of player here. We want to bring good players to the club, and the more good players that we’ve got will give us more of an opportunity to compete."
Bluebirds boss Paul Cox was a happy man as he bolstered his squad with three more players.
First to sign on the dotted line was winger Lindon Meikle, who has exercised his release clause with Alfreton Town allowing him to move to a higher league club. Meikle began last season at York City before moving to Macclesfield Town and then Alfreton.
Second to commit was midfielder Andy Parry, who joined Barrow from Luton Town in February after a successful loan spell.
Meanwhile, signing his fourth successive deal at Holker Street was Alex-Ray Harvey who was rejuvenated under Cox in the last quarter of last season.
Meanwhile, centre back Steve Williams has turned down a new deal in favour a move to National League North club AFC Fylde.
Striker Sean Marks has departed Cressing Road to sign for National League South club Maidenhead United.
Thirty-year-old Marks played over 300 games for the Iron in an eight-year spell following his transfer from Heybridge Swifts and had a leading role in the club's rise to the highest echelon of non-league football.
He said: "I have enjoyed every minute I have been there but the time is now for a new challenge and to get back starting football matches and enjoying playing again.
"Braintree has provided me with a platform to play, to say I have been on the complete journey to the National League, and to be top goal scorer at the highest level the club have ever been is an achievement I am proud."
The Ravens have confirmed 15 players remain under contract for next season with five heading through the exit and no news on the future of striker Moses Emmanuel.
Adam Cunnington, Alan Julian, Alex Wall, Ali Fuseini, Ben Chorley, Ben May, Bradley Goldberg, Jack Holland, Joe Anderson, Lee Minshull, Louis Dennis, Max Porter, Reece Prestedge, Rob Swaine and Ugo Udoji make up the list of those still with the the club.
Adam Birchall, Aaron Tumwa, Paul Rodgers, Pierre Joseph-Dubois and Sean Francis left the club, however.
Dagenham & Redbridge
The Daggers have announce the signings of Luke Howell and Scott Doe with the duo returning to the Chigwell Construction Stadium on two-year contracts after a season at Boreham Wood.
"I’m absolutely delighted to bring them back," enthused manager John Still.
"Both are players I consider to be proper Daggers. For whatever reason, they left the club a year ago but have made every effort to reunite with this football club.
"Both players are excited about coming back so we are pleased to have brought them home."
Defender Doe began his career at Weymouth before moving to the Daggers in 2009 and made over 200 Football League appearaces.
Midfielder Howell first arrived in August 2011 having been with Gillingham, MK Dons and Lincoln City. He finished as the club's top scorer in 2012-13 and completed over 120 Football League appearances.
The Whites have announced the signing of midfielder Jim Stevenson from National league rivals Aldershot Town.
The 24-year-old joined The Shots in June 2015 from Luton Town having joined the Hatters in May 2013 after forging his reputation in 113 games, which yielded 16 goals, for Histon.
Meanwhile, Dover have announced their retained list for next season with Craig Braham-Barrett, Naby Diallo, Tom Murphy, Duane Ofori-Acheampong and Andy Rafferty being released.
Players under contract are Jamie Grimes, Sam Magri, Tyrone Marsh, Ricky Miller, Ricky Modeste, Richard Orlu, Jack Parkinson, Tyrone Sterling, Aswad Thomas and Mitch Walker, while new deals have been offered to Liam Bellamy, Nicky Deverdics, Chris Kinnear Jr and Sean Raggett.
The Spitfires have confirmed another new signings with experienced defender Richard Duffy arriving at the Silverlake Stadium.
The 30-year-old former Wales international, who has been on the books of Swansea City, Coventry City, Burnley and Exeter City among others, turned down a new contract from League One side Port Vale.
Eastleigh boss, Chris Todd said: "I’m absolutely delighted to capture one of my top targets this summer. Richard is the calibre of player we need at our club, he is a winner and leader and will bring a wealth of experience to the squad for next season."
Meanwhile, midfielder Josh Payne has signed for League Two side Crawley Town with the 25-year-old agreeing a two-year contract after leaving the Spitfires at the end of the season.
Forest Green Rovers
Aarran Racine has been confirmed as Forest Green's new club captain after the centre-back signed a new two-year deal with the National League runners-up.
The 24-year-old resisted offers from a number of Football League and National League clubs to remain with Rovers and new manager Mark Cooper has confirmed the defender as his new skipper.
Fans' favourite Marcus Kelly has agreed a new deal too, penning a one-year contract. The versatile midfielder or defender has made over 100 league appearances for the club having joined from Tamworth in the summer of 2013
However, defender James Jennings has signed for Football League new boys Cheltenham Town after leaving the New Lawn. The left back moved to Forest Green in June 2014 and scored six goals in 32 league appearances last season.
Forward Danny Johnson has put pen-to-paper on a new two-year deal with the Heed.
The 23-year-old was one of four players to be offered new terms at the International Stadium following completion of the 2015-16 campaign after scoring 15 times in 41 games in his maiden season on Tyneside.
Boss Neil Aspin said: "If you have someone who is capable of scoring goals, then it’s important that you re-sign him. Goalscorers - as we know - are very hard to come by, and Danny does have a knack of scoring goals."
Gateshead have also completed the signing of defender James Bolton from FC Halifax Town on a three-year deal. Aspin took the 22-year-old to The Shay in January 2014 and is relishing the chance to work with him again.
Aspin said: "He can play at right-back or centre-back and he is the right sort of age. "I think he is good enough to play in the Football League, and hopefully we can make that happen at Gateshead."
The Lions have signed experienced pair Michael Rankine and Nicky Clee from relegated Altrincham.
Thirty-one-year-old Rankine netted 16 times for the Robins last season and the powerful forward has represented the likes of Doncaster Rovers, York City, Hereford United, Scunthorpe, Aldershot Town and Gateshead, while versatile winger Clee, 32, spent seven years at Moss Lane.
Lions boss Mark Bower said. "Having met with Michael and spoken to him at length over the past couple of weeks, we’re confident he has the right character and qualities to help us improve on last season and we are delighted that he has chosen to join us over more lucrative offers elsewhere
“Nicky has come to us on an appearance-based deal and turned down more security elsewhere for the chance to prove himself with us at National League level. He’s a very gifted footballer with a great left foot and can play in numerous positions."
Young forward Luke Porritt has signed a new deal for 2015-16 but goalkeeper Steven Drench has left the club to sign for FC Halifax Town after the 30-year-old made more than 200 appearances over the past six years.
Bower said: "He leaves with our best wishes and everyone at the club will be forever grateful for the part he played in getting the club to the level it is at today."
The Imps have accepted a transfer request from Matt Rhead after the targetman informed new manager Danny Cowley he wanted to leave Sincil Bank.
League rivals Barrow AFC are leading the race to sign Rhead, who has a year left on his contract, and are believed to have offered the 31-year-old a substantial pay rise. Wrexham are also believed to be interested in the former Mansfield Town forward, although Cowley expects other clubs to enter the race to sign the player now his transfer status has been made public.
Cowley told the Lincolnshire Echo: "We know it's not personal, it's just football. For us, it's very important that we have players that are fully committed and focused on Lincoln City.
"Regardless of what they have done for the club in the past, if they are not happy they will never play to their best, so we have accepted his request."
Experienced winger Matt Bodkin has departed the National League newcomers.
The 32-year-old, who joined from Margate in the summer of 2014, made ninety-two appearances for the Stones during the back-to-back promotion campaigns.
Stones boss Jay Saunders said: “Bodders has been superb for us the last couple of seasons and can be rightly proud of the part he played in our two promotions.
“Decisions like this are never easy but I’m in no doubt that he’ll get plenty of offers in the coming days, with managers keen to get someone of his experience."
The Dragons have have welcomed Martin Riley back to the Racecourse after the defender re-joined on a one-year contract from Tranmere Rovers.
The centre-back, 27, was with Wrexham in 2012-13 and helped the team to FA Trophy success before suffering the heartbreak of a late defeat to Newport County in the play-off final.
He moved to Mansfield Town in 2013 before signing for Tranmere last summer but was restricted to 16 games in his sole season at Prenton Park.
Meanwhile, National League North side AFC Telford United have signed experienced midfielder Lee Fowler after he was released from the Racecourse.
Defender Ben Clappison has penned a two-year contract at Bootham Crescent
The 21-year-old had previously spent his entire youth career with Hull City, signing for his home-town club at the age of eight before graduating through to the Tigers’ under-21s squad.
The centre-half, who can also operate at right-back or in a defensive midfield role, had loan spells away from the KC Stadium with Histon in 2014 and FC Halifax Town last season.