Do I need to change my timing belt after 60,000 miles?

At my car service today, the timing belt was ticked as okay but by the side it says 60,000 miles. The garage has told me that I need a new timing belt. Do I really need to pay £100 - £200 for a belt? Is he being honest?
Best to change belt, tensioner, waterpump and aux belt all at the same time because failure of any of the other three can throw off the timing belt. Costs from around £350 - £500 inc. VAT.
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