Not sure if anyone has made this suggestion before, however recently I saw some free tourism brochures about Scotland in my local tourism information centre written in different languages, aimed at foreign tourists visiting this area, and decided to take them and try reading them (Spanish, especially). I’ve found that they are a great way to improve my reading skills and improve/consolidate vocabulary, as well as learn a bit about local history.
A useful thing to do was to take the same brochure written in English and compare this to the versions in other languages, though of course you can still use a dictionary to look up words you don’t know.
I was curious whether there were any such free brochures written in Welsh, and I found a few that contain both the English and Welsh text side by side, which you can read online:
Not all these contain the Welsh translation, however the ones about Snowdonia, Brecon Beacons, Ceredigion, LLandudno and The Valleys do. In addition to these, there were some others on the ‘Visit Snowdonia’ website:
There are probably others out there too, these are just some of the ones I found. Hope this was useful. I’m definitely going to get through these and use them as a way to improve my reading and vocab in Welsh. Plus it will be great to learn more about the history and geography of Wales too.