Alice Lampard was brought up at Mandinam, Llangadog - a small estate of three farms with hill grazing and woodland where the family added a suckler herd and an intensive lowland flock. Latterly, Mandinam has greatly reduced the stock enterprise and focused more on the woodland and tourism sectors associated with land ownership.

In 2016 Alice embarked upon developing her coaching skills and has gained an Advanced Accredited Diploma in coaching from the Centre for Coaching, studying at the British Psychological Institute in London. She is also an accredited mediator gaining her qualification with CEDR in August 2017 studying in Barcelona. Alice regularly attends both national and international coaching conferences maintaining a fresh outlook and as a member of the International Society for Coaching Psychology and the Association for Coaching works to their standards of code of conduct and ethics.

With a private practice coaching across sectors, Alice also works with The Prince’s Countryside Fund, Farming Connect, and enjoys being a guest lecturer for the Coaching and Mentoring module at Aberystwyth University. With past experience as a co-director of a family construction firm, writing articles for pedigree breed journals and an active member of the CLA involved with the Polisi Cymru and UK Agriculture & Land Use committees she brings a wealth of experience to her role.

Training & Qualifications


CEDR Accredited Mediator

Centre for Coaching

Coach Training, CB, ACT, Solution, Problem and Performance Development Coaching, Advanced Accredited Diploma
2016 – 2018

Recognised by the International Society for Coaching Psychology and approved by the British Psychological Society Learning Centre, ILM, IMS & Association of Coaching

Centre for Coaching, Accredited by Mdx Uni, ILM and approved by the British Psych’ Soc

Certificate, Psychology of Coaching, Stress Management , Performance and Problem focused counselling and training
2016 – 2017

Swansea University

ILM Level 5, Management and leadership
2014 – 2015