Yes Steve, Didi is a Schleich figure, as is her brother Willy. She is the woman carrying a bucket figure - as here
As it happens, I found a couple of new (to me) figures by Schleich in my local model shop last week :
The figure on the left is an old one, and I've seen him unmodified on several layouts. The central figure is (I guess) a blacksmith, and a mighty man is he - 90mm tall, or over 7' in half inch scale, 7' 6" in 12mm/ft, and just under 7' in 13mm/ft. At 16mm/ft he is a very respectable 5' 6". Mind you, the man carrying the axe is about 85mm tall - 6'6" in 13mm. They both have potential for modification.
The third figure, man holding the large shovel, is about 80mm tall or just over 6' in 13mm. He would make a good seated figure - his left leg is already bent to about the right angle, so he just needs some major surgery on the right leg and the shovel removing. His left hand would require something respectable to do though.