Alfreton Town have signed experienced keeper Phil Barnes and Kidderminster Harriers midfielder Dan Bradley.
Barnes, 33, has played much of his career in the Football League and joins on a one-year deal after leaving Conference North side Gainsborough.
Bradley, 20, has signed a two-year deal after the Reds agreed an undisclosed fee with Harriers.
Meanwhile, left-sided midfielder Nathan Arnold, 24, has signed a new one-year deal at the Impact Arena.
Arnold, who joined the Reds in June 2010, broke a foot last season but recovered to play a key part in the run-in which secured the club's Blue Square Bet Premier Division survival.
Barnes has represented a number of clubs in the League including Sheffield United and QPR, while Aston Villa youth-team product Bradley, joined Kidderminster after a spell with Tamworth.