Kidderminster and Shrewsbury have agreed a player exchange, with two players on each side moving to the other.
In demand striker James Constable will move to the Shrews along with young keeper Scott Bevan. Veteran ex-Bull Chris Mackenzie and defender Luke Jones will move to Aggborough in exchange.
Kiddy will receive undisclosed fees for their departing pair with Mackenzie arriving on a free transfer and Jones moving on loan for an initial month. Constable scored 29 times in 60 games for Kiddy while Bevan, who gained 'fame' for losing a kidney following a bad tackle while at Tamworth, was first choice throughout his 18 months at the club.
Mackenzie is also goalkeeping coach at Shrewsbury, and it is currently assumed that his role will continue.
Another ex-Bull on the move is David Brown. The Accrington forward has moved to Rushden to replace Simeon Jackson, who agreed to join Gillingham for another undisclosed fee. His loan signing means Garry Hill has signed seven ex-Bulls since that Dagenham game.
In the one that got away category - former target Dave Martin, who trained with the Bulls 12 months ago - has left Crystal Palace for Millwall for £50,000. The left winger has made only 15 appearances since his £25,000 move from Dartford 12 months ago.