He's a fisherman that was born Bedford Valley, sailed the world, and returned home for what now has been decades. He was once world-renowned for his skill, though he no longer participates in the high-risk catching of his youth. He now lives a simple life in his simple house and has returned to his roots as a coastal fisherman.
Barry is the owner of the local bar and inn, the Cat with the Fiddle,
and runs the place with his two children Rick and Mary. The inn has been in his family for generations now and, despite the lack of tourists to Bedford Valley, has done well; however, recently the inn has suffered financially, and much of that might be Barry's doing...
He is the owner and lumberjack extraordinaire at Brant Woodworks in Bedford Valley. His entire life revolves around wood and the crafting of it, to the point that everyone in town thinks he's... well, a bit insane. As such, he's usually out of the loop when it comes to things in town and is very slow on the uptake.
He lives on the Giles Ranch along with his older brothers Edward and Stefan and twin sister Panca. Unlike his sister, Ponco is loud and impulsive, often getting in trouble not necessarily because he gets caught in his acts, but because he's not very good at keeping quiet about them. He can usually be found hanging around Don.
He is the owner of the Holst Estate, the primary farm in Bedford Valley. He works it along with his wife April, daughter Denise, and son Don. He is a respected authority in town and many listen to his advice whether it's good advice or not...
He owns Kidds' General Store along with his wife Jane. The store has been in his family for generations but is usually given to the oldest child by default. Seeing as he was the middle child, he thought he'd never own it, but after a series of events, he has run the store for well over twenty years now; however, while he mostly manages the storefront, it is his wife who handles the business side.
He is an apprentice at Brant Woodworks, the local lumberjack and carpentry company in Bedford Valley. He is just as eccentric as Jack, if not more so, and follows in his master's footsteps no matter how crazy and misaligned those footsteps are.
She owns the local winery in Bedford Valley along with her husband Brock. Due to her health, Brock is often the one who takes care of the vineyard; however, Misty was the one who inherited the winery from her parents and is still the one who makes the major decisions between the two.
As his name states, Mayor Underhill is... well, the Mayor of Bedford Valley. He has suceeded his father before him and his mother before him and so on -- in fact, no one seems to remember a time in which the Underhill weren't in power. His family over the years has amassed a respectable fortune, though the family's home still acts as the Town Hall. He is the first person the player meets when she comes to Bedford.
She is the Mayor's wife and takes her role very seriously. While many consider the Mayor to be the brains of the town, Roselyn is often considered the heart. She has a specific vision for the town that she does not wish to stray from and is quick to dismiss the player's right to be in town. Many follow her and seem to be on her side even when she is being unreasonable.
He is a recently retired world-class chef who, after a series of events, decides to move to Bedford Valley and open up his own restaurant. Even when running the restaurant, Chef only has one goal in mind: to finally make the perfect dish.
He is the owner of Frank's Logistics, a trading company that deals with both exporting and importing goods through Bedford Valley's port. He adopted Roy a number of years ago after a series of circumstances and has now been raising him as a single father.
Frank's son. Roy is one of the few people in town who has a good disposition with the main character when they first get to town. He is a high school student with poor grades, but is popular because of his position as the class clown.