But last season number one Laurie Walker, who has served the club since 2013, has asked to leave to ensure he is playing every week next season.
It’s all change at the Tudors who signed Beasant after midfielder Isaac Galliford agreed to move from Hitchin Town.
Beasant links up with his old boss by Walker won’t be battling it out with him for a starting place.
“With the introduction of our new management team in the close season Laurie believes that he would have limited game time,” a Hemel statement read.
“The club regret that Laurie feels that he needs a move and we would like to thank him for his valued service over the two stints that he had with us, in particular the Southern League Premier Division title in 2013-14 and breaking the club clean sheets record.”
Walker isn’t the only fans’ favourite not returning next season.
Captain has club legend Jordan Parkes will be playing for Billericay Town after becoming the Blues’ first summer signing.