The Vicar: Geraldine famously subverts this character type.
Belligerent Sexual Tension: With Geraldine, though it's decidedly one-sided. David was so used to arguing with people that he misinterpreted Geraldine's resistance to him as genuine affection. She does care about him in a weird way, just not in that way.
British Stuffiness: His reaction when Hugo hugs him is to stand stock-still and look uncomfortable.
Corrupt Politician: As elected councilor, he had a golf course built in Dibley ostensibly for public use, but in reality only he uses it. He also flies to resort towns in Europe supposedly for the purpose of having them be twin cities with Dibley. All the while he neglects actually attending to the needs of Dibley's citizens - he promises buses for Dibley so he can get reelected, but he denies having funding the moment he's back in power. None of this is ever mentioned again after "Election", though.
Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Eventually. He never completely loses his mean streak, but he becomes much more empathetic and decent.
Money Fetish: He's already disgustingly wealthy (worth five million pounds) and never loses an opportunity to make more. When the water company wants to buy out the village, Hugo reports that David was dancing around singing "Money money money!"
Only Sane Man: He's probably the least insane person in the village before Geraldine arrives.
Rousing Speech: When he finally realizes how terrible it would be if the water company turned Dibley into a reservoir:
"This other Eden! Demi-paradise! This blessed plot! This earth! This realm! This Dibley!"
Conspiracy Theorist: She really can't believe "I Can't Believe It's Not Butter" (or its generic imitation, "I Can't Believe It's Not 'I Can't Believe It's Not Butter'") is not butter... and there may be a lot more butter around than anyone realizes.
The Ditz: She's incredibly gullible and can't seem to work out the difference between fiction and reality, to Geraldine's continual frustration.
Dumb Blonde: When she announces her plan to beat David in the town trivia quiz, Geraldine assumes that she's joking.
Embarrassing Middle Name: Alice's full name is Alice Springs Tinker. Subverted, in that she completely fails to understand why her middle name might be slightly embarrassing.
David: And as this will attests, you will have nothing! [thrusts paper at Hugo]
Hugo: [looks at paper and hands it back] On the contrary, sir, I will have everything in the world that I desire.
Covert Pervert: He's a nice guy, and acts nothing like Owen and Jim do, but when it comes time for Lent, he confesses to the Vicar that he often thinks about "It" and decides to give up thinking about "It" or else he must pay up a small price. Alice's Innocent Innuendos do not help his situation.
The Ditz: Because of this Hugo and Alice are perfect for each other.
All Men Are Perverts: He's probably the worse one between himself and Jim. After proposing to (and being rejected) by Geraldine, he continues to make lewd comments about her at the slightest provocation.
Citizenship Marriage: At one time in his life he got married on a beach in Southeast Asia and only learned on the honeymoon that it was a bloke called Dwayne after a passport. (They still "more than snogged" though.)
Verbal Tic: Again, "No, no, no, no, no, no, no, yes."
His wife's tic is, "Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, no."
The Bore: Frank is this to a T. His idea of an act at the Dibley talent night is to do an impression of his first cousin (before and after tonsillectomy), and he is routinely described as being a pedantic old fart.
Nobody Over 50 Is Gay: Frank came out partway through the series as a homosexual after forty years in the closet, and did so over the local radio show set up by the vicar. The only problem? Frank's normally so very, very dull that everyone in town turned off their radios as soon as he came on. He was thrilled with how accepting everyone was the next day.