WEALDSTONE'S summer rebuilding is under way following the departure of Davis Haule and David Hicks this week.
The experienced Haule proved a useful addition when he joined originally on loan from Staines Town last November.
He weighed in with several goals in 20 appearances and proved a useful foil for the likes of another loanee Marvin Sordell and Greg Ngoyi in attack, while also showing his versatility with a midfield role.
However, the much-travelled 32-year-old has been let go because the club are unable to 'accommodate him within the current wage structure'.
Midfielder Hicks, meanwhile, has been released as he bids to devote more time to his family and work life.
However, blossoming defender Marvin McCoy has been awarded a contract after accomplished displays last season.
The former Watford starlet, 19, is among the current crop of Stones youngsters boss Gordon Bartlett believes are destined for bigger things in the future.
"We would like to thank Davis and Hicksy for their contribution to our encouraging season last year and wish them well for the future," said the manager.
"Hicksy has changed his job, is due to be married soon and with a young family as well is unfortunately finding it hard to devote the time to his football.
"On the positive side, I am delighted Marvin has signed because he proved last season he has a lot of potential. He has a great attitude and I believe he has the pace and ability to play at a higher level."