A cute, though hungry little bunny, captured by Anti-pesto and used in Wallace's fateful experiment to cure offending rabbits of their veg ravaging behavior. Hutch transpires to be a useful, if somewhat unpredicable bunny.
Beautiful and wealthy spinster, Lady Campanula Tottington is an attractive, 40-something aristocrat who longs for romance - of a wild, abandoned, natural kind, but so far suspects she has not found the right man. The elegant and exquisite owner of Tottington Hall, home of the Giant Vegetable Competition, she is the loving hostess with the mostess and often finds it difficult to see Victor's way. Lady Tottington is a good soul, delightful, kind and compassionate with a hairstyle a cut above the rest
The original, founder member of the 'veg growers committee', Mr Growbag has seen it all before - if it's giant rabbits this time it was giant slugs last time - it makes no difference, the only way to deal with vege-burglars is with brute force!
Mr. & Mrs. Mulch
An elderly couple of vegetable growing fanatics. Mrs. Mulch is the dominant one of the two and one of the key rabble rousters when things start to go wrong. Like most of the townsfolk she changes her allegiance day by day, depending on who is taking the action - Mr Mulch has no option but to go along with his tough wife.
Police Constable Mackintosh is a cynic. The veg competition causes nothing but trouble for him. Being the voice of logic and reason he is classically mistaken in his assumption of vege-burglars true identity and as the townsfolk's prize hopefuls continue to be ravaged, the over-burdened policeman quickly loses controls and authority.
Long-serving Vicar of Wallce and Gromit's parish, Reverend Clement Hedges, is by nature a benevolent and understanding soul. However, when innocent vegetables are at risk the usually mild-mannered old gentleman becomes vengeful and tormented, spreading doom and gloom amongst the veg growing community and becoming a veritable font of supernatural mumbo jumbo.
A proud, pompous and penniless aristocrat, Victor Quatermaine is a handsome and debonair 40-something bachelor. Victor struts his stuff sporting a bouncy hairdo and a twelve-bore, and regards himself as somewhat of a lady's man. Being landed gentry he has a natural passion for hunting and feels he must always win.