Hill, Siddons, Taylor, Ward and Wright join the Daniels
Stamford have kicked off their recruitment campaign by making five new signings.
Sam Hill, Tom Siddons, Cleveland Taylor, Charlie Ward and Sean Wright have all agreed terms for the Northern Premier League Division One South East campaign.
Hill, who is equally at home in either defence or midfield, returns to the Zeeco Stadium after spending the last 18 months with United Counties League Division One side Harrowby United.
Now back to full fitness, Hill was part of Stamford's record-breaking squad who reached the first round proper of the FA Cup in 2016 before injury restricted his involvement the following season.
Taylor started last season with Stamford after joining from Coalville before becoming the first of eight players to move to a higher level after switching to Premier Division side Matlock.
The experienced campaigner has played professionally for Scunthorpe, Carlisle, Brentford, Burton Albion and in Scotland for St Johnstone.
Defender Wright is also a former Stamford player after being part of the successful Daniels squad which won promotion to the Premier Division under Wayne Hatswell's guidance via the First Division South play-offs in 2013.
Wright has been with league rivals Lincoln United for several seasons and skippered the Whites last year while also taking on a caretaker management role after the departure of Sam Wilkinson.
Fellow defender Ward was also with Lincoln last season after moving from United Counties League Premier Division side Deeping Rangers.
Striker Siddons arrives at the Zeeco Stadium having previously played for King's Lynn, Grantham and Spalding United.
The former England Under 18 Youth international finished last season with Sleaford Town where he scored seven goals in 12 United Counties League Premier Division games.
Stamford have also appointed a new physio with Natalie Halliday replacing Carol Holland who has moved to King's Lynn.
Halliday has spent three years at Northampton Town working with the development and shadow squads from pre-academy to Under 16s as well as the football and education programme.
She has previously been with Thrapston Town for five years and has worked at Peterborough United as well as with the Great Britain women's deaf team.