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If they owe you the money then you do have the option of suing at the small claims court.
You need to warn them first though. You need to send them a letter or an email setting out that you believe they are in breach of contract and need to repay within 28 days or make arrangements to pay in instalments within that time period. In default you will sue and seek costs and interest. That may or may not make a difference. Sometimes people do pay when they are threatened with court. Most likely it will not. The purpose of the letter before action is to protect you from costs if you sue.
If no payment is made then you can issue here
It is cheap and quick to issue at the small claims court.